iSync update adds more cell phone support

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Nova Media has updated its iSync plug-in to support synchronization between a number of recently released mobile phones and Mac OS X.

iSync lets users synchronize contacts and dates between a cell phone and Mac OS X. Version adds support for more than 200 new phones, including ones from Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, and Sony Ericsson. Nova Media has a complete list of supported devices on its Web site.

In addition to supporting a number of new phones, the application is now available in English, French and German.

For those just venturing into the plugin world or those who dislike hunting and pecking for their cell phone make, model and description, iSync sports an easy-to-use preference pane. Models come up in a list, and the user selects the model and is quickly on the way to synchronizing contacts and dates.

The plug-in costs $10 plus a VAT for U.S. and Canadian residents. It requires Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later and a supported Bluetooth-enabled cell phone.

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